A package for computing structural sums and the effective conductivity of random composites.
basicsusms is a package for computing structural sums and the effective conductivity of random composites.
Structural sums (also known as basic sums) are mathematical objects originating from the computational materials science, considered to form a set of geometric features of data represented by points or disks on the plane.
See the structural sums overview, package description, tutorials, example usage and API reference on http://basicsums.bitbucket.io
The documentation for basicsusms is hosted on Bitbucket.
basicsusms runs under Python 3 and is written in pure Python. The package requires following scientific packages: numpy, matplotlib, and sympy.
A basic familiarity with Python is required.
Releases are hosted on PyPI, hence the easiest way to get basicsusms is to install it with pip:
pip install basicsums
You can also download the repository.
Once installed the package can be tested by running:
from basicsums.tests import test test.run()
Function test.run() executes all doctests included in package’s docstrings as well as in test files residing in the tests submodule.
Copyright (c) 2017-2019, Wojciech Nawalaniec
basicsusms is an open source software made available under the New BSD License. For details see the LICENSE. file.
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